Taylor Stitch Makes the Most Cozy and Cool Outdoor Apparel
A return of our favorite fall materials, from French Terry and soft flannels to waxed and washed canvas
Well, it’s officially fall. We’ll miss the sweltering dog days of summer, but are excited for the crisp evenings to come. For fall is the best season for camping. Not only does fall mean empty campgrounds and brightly colored tree leaves, it means we can finally start wearing flannels again. And pants. And jackets—remember those? Furthering the new season hype is the equally new Outdoors Collection from SF standby Taylor Stitch. Filled with French Terry, fine flannels, waxed and washed canvas, this collection could very well outfit our entire season.
Inspired by the great Sierra Nevada Mountains (err, the Sierras), the latest collection iteration features three similar shirts of varying weights, a sturdy camp pant, and a classic beeswaxed canvas jacket. Each piece is worth a closer look—as often is the case with TS, the genius is in the details.
The Glacier Shirt gets our vote for most cozy, and easily worn piece of the bunch. Wear it over another shirt, on it’s own, or under a puffy. Either way, the dang soft 10.5 oz cotton French terry fabric will keep you warm well into winter.
The Crater Shirt is like the shirt your cool uncle has been wearing since he was your age. The plaid is classic and the 9 oz brushed cotton twill flannel gives it a nice, lived-in look and feel. It’s got one buttoned chest pocket, and one regular chest pocket. What else could you need?
And the Camp Pant. It’s just a heckin hard wearing, washed duck canvas work pant. Straight legged with plenty of staying power.
Honorable mention is the Yosemite Shirt, which has been in the TS line for six years now—obviously it’s a favorite, and for good reason. Sadly the Pre-Sale window is now closed, but jump on the waitlist or keep an eye for the full line to drop later in the season.